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, everyone has a computer. i think that is largely due to steve jobs. >> paul relief will get more reaction from people coming down here. it is starting to settle in that he is nell ahead at apple. keep in mind, he was at one time the head of pics are. dropped sharply. down over $20 a share. we have watched this year's slowly bounceback since the announcement yesterday. >> more now on a developing story. the bart board members are saying that they agree that the agency said only cut off cell phone service during drastic circumstances. here is video of a protest to restrict cell phone service. in court. it has not announced whether or not very bonds will be retried. he was convicted of lying during his grand jury trial. >> a little ramy out there this morning. >> a little bit of drizzle. nothing too heavy. here is a live look from the roof camera in san francisco. you will need to use your windshield wipers here and there. this afternoon, sunny and warm. nobody debitors our region from 60s along the coast to the upper 80s. the fog is a bay area wide. the north bay, the entire stretch of 101,
on roads near ponds and other bodies of water. >> now, is that really a good use of government money? steve leroy is a town supervisor. you can correct me on the pronunciation of your name, i'm sorry. he's in wayne county, new york. good to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me on. >> all right. so your area, you're too broke some say to fix the roads there. yet, you got these no -- watch out for the frogs street signs up there. how are you feeling about this? >> ok. it's true. i got the word about two weeks ago that new york state was in fact installing these signs. and like anyone else, i couldn't believe it. we're trying desperately to replace our infrastructure, roads, bridges, install water lines and this is what the folks down in albany send us. frog crossing signs. >> was there a laugh track in the envelope? here's what the new york parks department says about this. listen to this. there is concern over the well being of hundreds of frogs, turtles, snakes that cross the road. the hope is the motorists would be aware of the creatures crossing the road and drive cautiously as
qaddafi is but we know the streets of tripoli are filled with rebels. what else can you tell us? >> steve, we just went down into the hotel lobby, the reporters are basically in the hotel where we've been for months trying to cover this conflict under heavy scrutiny and basically run into six armed men who say police officers are protecting the hotel but basically say we cannot leave. we're still waiting to go and do our jobs, get out on the streets and report these events. they are saying to us you can't leave and they're citing the fact that there's too many snipers in this area. i'll caution the figure of 95% of the army, 20% in pro government and pro qaddafi hands still including that compound you spoke of which is no more than, you know, a kilometer, half a kilometer behind the hotel where, you know, there's still some holdouts putting up stiff resistance there so right now, we're caught between the lines but we're hoping, you know, that some short time, we can actually get out and start looking and speaking to the people and find out what's going on here. >> how did this go from a s
three years ago. tonight, correspondent steve brown looks at what has changed for president since then. and what has not. >> iowa launched barack obama. he won the democratic caucuse caucuses, brbreezed to take the state in the general election. >> obama for america. >> looking ahead to 2012. >> at the end of the day, the field organization wins these things. it always is. it always has been. it always will be. >> the ace up the president's sleeve in iowa is organization. the huge crowds of three years ago were the result of a large and deep operation, much of which still exist. plus. >> we still got the 35,000 vote edge over the republicans. >> but that's down substantially from the 110,000 register voter edge democrats had in 2008. >> that is putting a chill down the side of david axelrod and the gang in chicago. iowa is competitive territory. >> on the marquee campaign issue of jobs, iowa unemployment is 6%, lower than the national average of 9.1%. the state lost over 21,000 manufacturerring job since the 2008 election. that economic unease was a factor in the 2010 gubernatorial rac
will check on that and let you know if it's blocking the lane. let's go to steve. >>> a very good morning. we have a little bit of a stronger fog bank. it looks like a cool down for inland areas. one day we warm up one day we cool down. 50s and 60s near the coast. there was a lot of low clouds hanging on. i expect a similar pattern today. around the bay low to mid 70s. 50s and low 60s overcast san jose. 54 santa rosa. they have been in the upper 40s or low 50s the last couple days. it looks like it's already in now. that means the temps are held in check. a westerly wind. west, southwest 16 fairfield. that is stronger than yesterday. a little puff of a southwest at santa rosa. so the wind is coming from the west a little stronger today than yesterday. not a lot. few high clouds will filter in from the south. increasing fog and low clouds. some of that is on the move. slightly cooler inland temps. a good two to four degrees. not probably much has changed near the coast. low clouds and sunny. warm inland. not as warm as yesterday though. 50s, 60s, 70s and then over the coastal hills upper 80s a
. how can be this avoided next time? and as steve jobs exits the company he co-founded, we'll take a look at the man who will be the new head of apple. stand by, you're in "the situation room." >>> fire and smoke and shelves flying. that's the scene of the tripoli international airport. one of the battlegrounds where pro-gadhafi forces are making a last stand. cnn's arwa damon is the only western journalist at the airport. >> we're up on the control tower. we have to stay a bit low because the rebels cia a sniper shooting at them. we wanted to show you this. that smoldering airplane. this airport complex has been bombarded relentlessly by gadhafi loyalists using various kinds of artillery and brad rockets. if we come over to this side, you can actually hear the sounds of explosions, gunfire. but if we move around, you can see even more of the wreckage that has been caused by the gadhafi loyalists, assault on this airport complex. now, if we come over to the other side of the air control tower, you can see the wreckage of an aircraft that was hit overnight. and the rebels say that t
and this morning if you are in vallejo to richmond, it is a nice drive. let's go to steve. >>> thank you some low clouds there but nothing compared to what we saw yesterday and it will burn off nicely and we'll see 60s by the coast further getting any midst i do appreciate the information. i don't always show this map because i don't know where my butt on it was. 60s near the coast, right over that bay bridge we will find upper 60s and lower 70s and then over the coastal hills pushing a few upper 80s. morgan tell, gill ray up to clear lake may be. thunderstorm activity, you can see it here, popping upcoming around the high pressure system but conditions are not as good as they were. they are decreasing in coverage and starting to move off and they will continue to go to the east. i want to keep an eye on things. southwest 17 in fairfield, that is coming down and that's a sign there is less fog, see breeze coming down, i would rather see a north winds but i don't see that right now. look at this nap airport 59 and upper 50s for some. fairfield, this time of year that is cool. >>> from that area lo
: barak, california. gaithersburg, maryland. republican, steve. caller: looking forward to reading the book. i have to tell you as a moderate republican, i thought cheney was a good congressman. i thought he was a fantastic secretary of defense and the gulf war and i would argue one of the worst vice-president we have ever had. very disappointed. i voted first term for him, and the second, unfortunately because of him. i will be interested to read his book to see what his take is. so far from what you have been reading from the reviews, this seems like a guy who was always good and blaming everybody else for failures of the bush administration. host: go ahead. finish up, steve. caller: when of the previous callers -- we are entitled to our own opinions and not entitled to our own facts. the iraq war when it comes to the facts, i have yet to see facts about weapons of mass destructions. i still think we should have gone in regardless. but a previous caller, a fellow republican, the valerie plame story, that there was no connection between him. you can stretch and say there was no di
out for the good sound bite. conspondant steve brown as the blow by bloww. [applause] >>reporter: less than two days before the iowa straw poll bachmann and pawlenty went at it. >> it is an unkiss putable fact in congress her record of accomplishments and results are nonexistent. >> when you were governor in minnesota you implemented cap and trade. >> she fought for less government spen we got more. led the effort against obama care and we got it. led the effort against tarp. >> i gave them a run for the money. cap and trade, i was there giving speaker pelosi a run for her money. >> those were far from the debate fireworks. gingrich bristled if his campaign was a mess. >> i would love to see the rest of tonight's debate asking us what what to do about america about a president who failed to lead instead of mickey mouse gangs. >> he got buzz including blogers most of which called gingrich a winner and helped himself. but the sentiment was not unanimous . one said he shot himself in the foot . pros sanction candidate got into it with ron paul. >> iran is a counselry that is at war with u
it in positive light, steve. is this somewhat of a relief to them? that the president has done this. they don't have to vote on this issue. essentially, supporting those who have grown up and want to contribute to the country and serve the military and go to college. people like senator mccain and others who have said this, but then they don't have to vote on it. >> i don't think it is. because this doesn't solve the broader problem. the reason this is objectionm beyond what we mentioned here it doesn't come in the right context. if it were part of a broader legislative package that would do some of the things that charles is talk about ta, would strengthen border security, in that context, you can see people saying well, we have to do this kind of prioritization. and this is the way we ought to do it. but in the absense of that kind of broader argument, you are not actually going anything to solve the problem. so this in effect is making perpetuating the problem rather than solving it. >> down the line, is this upheld in the court? >> probably, yes. probably. the president has a lot of leewa
a crowd here. let's bring in our panel. steve hayes . karen. national political correspondant for the washington post and jeff with the new york times. they are all up the road in ames and we are here in the iowitate fair. teave, first to you. thoughts about the debate and how it affects the brand picture and this race? >> i thought it was a good debate and lots of interesting exchanges and revealed what the candidate hope to do with the debate going into the straw poll. tim pawlenty takog michelle bachmann and she returned fire. rick sanatorium expressing himself . newt gingrich to arise from the slumber that he's been in . i think you have a bunch of candidates doing a lott of things and giving an energiic push going into the traw poll. what you didn't have is much much a vision. there was not a big moment for any of the candidates where voters sitting at home would say yes, that is my guy or woman. this is why i am a conservative or a republican. nothing that expressed a broader vision of republican governorinance in the way republicans are hungaring for. >> karen, your tho
york city? john zarrella looks at the worst possible scenario. >> reporter: steve and debbie o'sullivan and their three children live in queens, new york. a trank will setting. >> we used to play out in them. >> reporter: what's changed? >> katrina. >> reporter: the o'sullivans, whose house sits one block from the ocean are thinking about stocking up on hurricane supplies. >> i really am seriously considering getting more supplies of water and dry goods. it is a worry for me. i mean, he's not as worried as i am. >> reporter: there may be good reason for certain. new york city hasn't experienced a big hurricane since 1938. wtd increase in hurricane activity combined with the law of averages, many experts believe another major storm may be coming and soon. >> is it going to be a slow rise? >> yeah, yeah, it's going to come up slowly b-the rate you fill a bathtub. >> reporter: coast algae gist in this case nick koch he believes it could be cat strfk. >> the most dangerous thing in new york is the new yorker. the new yorker thinks they've been tested by everything, but very few nos
, thanks for being with us. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm allison seymour. i was happy to hear it's going to warm up to 90 degrees. >> that makes you happy? >> yeah, because i feel like summer is still here. >> good morning, everybody. a warm one on tap for today. other than that, quiet weather conditions around the region. let's look at the current temperatures around the area. 73degrees now in the district. most elsewhere we're in the 60s. 66 in baltimore. 62 dulles airport. frederick, maryland, 61. here's a look at the satellite radar, you saw the live shot of the national cathedral. things look pretty good. few clouds, that's about it. mostly sunny skies this morning. it will be mostly sunny today. warm, sunny, high today about 90 degrees in town. we'll have more on the forecast coming up in a little bit. now let's get an update on traffic with lauren. >>> hey tony. bw parkway delays from 98 -- traveling 32 itself, we could take a live look heading westbound, approaching the ramp to northbound bw parkway. delays. a separate accident on the ramp,
. >> our friend steve has stopped by. >> hello. i was in the neighborhood and said let's talk about fog and wind and really cool temperatures. we had a big fog bank. had some thunderstorm activity up in northern california, extreme northen california. that didn't show up but the temperatures dropped. these are the current temperatures, livermore 74, san jose 71, only 59 in the city and the low is 55. the temperatures haven't moved much. 79 concord and fairfield. i draw your attention the fog pulled off for some. sonoma coast and half the marin coast. santa cruz but look at wind. west of 18, 22 at travis. west at stockton. if vacaville and -- that tells you that's a rip roaring sea breeze. we have the fog. it's not going away. can we warm it up? we will talk about that later. >> thank you. san francisco police are set to hand out tickets tomorrow to pedestrians, drivers and bic sifts who break photograph of laws in the south market. yesterday they passed out flyers encouraging people to be safe. they say accidents last year injured more than 200 people near 5th and market. the highest r
. >> i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say good morning to tony perkins with the latest on the weather for us. it was definitely a drencher yesterday. >> yeah, depending on where you were, it certainly was yesterday afternoon and yesterday evening. that rain has moved out. we could see more rain develop here across the region later on today so you want to be aware of that. take the umbrella with you. let's check the current airport temperatures. steve is right, a little bit cooler behind the rainfall. temperatures in the 60s this morning. 69 at reagan national. 67 at dulles. because of the rain, there is a coastal flood advisory in effect for much of the region, all the counties you see this in blue. but what you want to be aware of is that coastal flood advisory in effect until noon for the tidal potomac and for the we were shore of the chesapeake bay with the winds blowing and the possibility of some more precipitation we could see highs about a foot higher than normal. here is a look at the latest satellite-radar. nothing happeni
. good morning. >> good morning, allison, good morning, steve. >> reporter: this gridlock is expected to impact western maryland for the early morning rush hour all the way into the evening and afternoon rush hour here in northern virginia. army-navy drive here around pentagon city will be shut down around 9:30 to prepare for this event. the traffic is expected to be so bad that the federal government has strongly urged workers to either telecommute or take leave today. the ride marks the anniversary of 9/11 leaving haggerstown, maryland, around 1:00 this afternoon. the bikers will then head u.s. 15 with rolling closures along the way. the duls tollway, duls toll road will be shut down. the bikers head to new york. closures will affect drivers on 395 north, 295, pennsylvania avenue, b w parkway and 95 northbound. the ride each year commemorates the 9/11 anniversary. with the 10th anniversary this year, the number of bikers is expected to more than quadruple to 1800. them' leave maryland around 10:00, head to virginia with a caravan 150 miles long. the ride started near shanksville, pe
buchanan in washington. joining the table right now, though, finacier, steve. >> we've been hearing a lot over the past couple of days, a lot of democratic senators, commentators, some op-ed people telling us so much in slashing spending children will be kicked out of schools, parents will have to be feeding their children pine cones and wild berries. you got a chart. this is serious. it's unbelievable. they cut so much. i guess all of our long term debt problems are taken care of. let's take a look at what actually happened. so they did cut or were going to cut $2.1 trillion often years, back loaded and so on. this is a chart we looked at a couple of weeks ago. if you remember back in 2000 we had a surplus because tax revenues were 20.5% roughly. spending took off. you can see in the middle of that chart. spending at 28.1%. if we had done nothing -- >> for people at home the red line is the spending. the blue line is the revenues and they are going in the wrong direction. >> they are going in the wrong direction. let's look at the two top red lines. two top red lines would be what would
rise from roughly $5 per share to nearly $375 began in 1997, when steve jobs returned as ceo. >> it just all works. >> reporter: apple debuted the ipod music player in 2001 and the online itunes music store has made apple the world's largest music retailer. >> iphone is like having your life in your pocket. >> reporter: then in 2007 came the iphone. the company has now sold 125 million of them. lately the ipad is helping push apple's stock. the company began selling the tablet computers last year and they're already changing the industry. >> do you like everything so far? well i'll try not to blow it. >> reporter: steve jobs has reportedly battled cancer, and some investors worry what becomes of apple without him. >> i don't see a lot of reason for them to slow down in the immediate future. >> reporter: analysts believe apple is on pace to become the world's first trillion-dollar company. ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. >>> this morning on "the early show," the stock market's wild ride and what the fed is doing to boost the economy. i'm randall pinkston. this is the "cbs mo
is causing fear in the markets. for more, we're joined by steve moore of the "wall street journal," joining us by phone. steve, there's been a lot said about the health of banks, particularly in europe, -- in europe, and that is involved with what's happening in the markets now. what can you tell us about that? >> i'm getting motion sickness with this stock market over the last week! i was one of those people that has talked about last week that bought on a dip so i'm not feeling so good about things today, but you know, i think one of the major triggers for the selloff today was the european banks, this crisis of debt in europe is not subsiding, there's a real concern now that germany may have to come in and essentially bail out the european central bank. so there is real panic with respect to the banks in europe, and what's happening, jenna, if you look at the market today, what's really getting creamed is american banks, as this kind of contagion and virus seems to be spreading to these shores. jenna: and so what is the takeaway for us, steve? because you look back in 2008, i mean, we we
my time and attention is on the failure of the president. >> chris: it is time for our croup. steve hays and mara liasson and dana perino and juan williams. and steve, we have had other candidates surge to the lead briefly. there was 14 hours when donald trump was the front runner for the nomination. what do you make of rick perry's surge and does he have at ing power . >> it is fascinating because he has at ing power. donald trump shared his opinions and on talk shows, but captured the interest of republican vores who are looking for machine to take on president obama in an aggressive way. but unlike donald trump rick perry has a record and governor for 10 years and a world view that is more coherent than donald trump and i think he will likely have a lot of money so this is a guy with a fair amount of staying power. >> chris: mitt romney up to the point has been able to lead the race without engaging the candidates and sometimes by double digits and now perry king a clear lead does romney have to change that and go after perry. >> yes, i think he has to. keep your focus on preside
. perspective as we bring in the panel. steve hayes, stand stand. charles lane, editorial writer for "washington post." sindcated columnist, charles krauthammer. chuck, overall thoughts about the whole whatever it is we watched in the past couple of weeks. >> well, call me crazy. but i'm willing to say the cup half full. my reasoning is we have gone through a brutal debate. it did end in a compromise. the debt ceiling meltdown scenario got avoided. the debate sharpened and crystallized. it had pep traited the country's consciousness, the public is really focused on the nation's financial conditions in a really serious way. there were endless antics in washington, but the issue is squarely confronting the country in a healthy way. >> bret: steve, late today, moody's came out and reaffirmed the government triple-a credit rating but gave at it negative outlook. one of the concern was the joint committee that the bill sets up. here is a quote. while the combination of the congressional committee process and the automatic triggers provides a mechmism to induce fiscal discipline -- this is actually no
for deportation. critics call this backdoor amnesty that has not gone through congress. bring in the panel. steve hayes, for stand stand. arn"weeklystandard." nina easton. and charles krauthammer. >> one thing, this reflects a political calculation, a realistic calculation by the president. the approval ratings are kind of falling like untethered elevator at this point. he is in the doghouse with the latino voters. he came in with the expectation there would be some level of immigration reform. instead what he focused on is deportation to tune of 400,000 a year. that has the lay te know community extremely angry. so he is moving, i think moving toward the policy. yes, it's a backdoor policy. i think that the problem with it is that it misses the component when you leave people here, it misses the component of amnesty, which most of the public supports, which earning your way here. it's too bad that the political atmosphere became so poisonous over this question of path to citizen, by the way, three-quarters of the american people supports that we, the he is not going through the front door with t
in [ [ gunfire ] >> greta: where is gadhafi right now? steve harrigan joins us live from libya. steve where is colonel gadhafi? has he been spotted? >> reporter: no, he has not been spotted. u.s. officials say he's likely to be still in libya. we've seen his son in the past 24 hours trying to bolster government support. no sign of colonel gadhafi just the radio message where he vows to fight nato or become a martyr. we are hearing the warplanes overhead. historic day here. historic for the rebels that have over taken the gadhafi compound. they did get help from the nato war plans in the run-up to this battle. they were -- pounding hard, dropping heavy bombs most of the morning. a sense of triumph today after six months of fighting they've overtaken the symbol of gadhafi's power. the nerve center as well for the regime. the fighting still continues. we heard small arms fire throughout the evening behind us. possible battle as well looming for the city of sirte gadhafi's hometown. there's fighting around the airport. the real challenge for this interim government will be to try and maintain t
you for being with us. i'm steve chenevey jack kemp -- i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> let's check in with tony perkins this morning. >> i'm ready this morning. no flies in the air. >> your arms are prepared. five and a half hours. >> listen. some rain on the way. we'll see some rain showers move through here this morning and perhaps later on today as well. let's star with hd radar. not raining right here right now. it will be a couple of hours before that happens. but our viewers out to the west in portions of western maryland, west virginia, you are getting some rain and even some thunderstorm activity. some of that is beginning to move into front royal, hagerstown getting some showers. the panhandle of west virginia, some thunderstorms there. all of this is pushing southward, south and east so it will be coming through our area during these morning hours. right now, you are fine. but some more rain -- not more rain, some rain moving in. let's take a look at the temperatures. it is unusually warm right now at reagan national, 85 degrees. just holding on to the war
'm steve chenevey. >> i'm tony perkins. that rain yesterday was intense. it was coming down so hard, i'm walking around my house, checking making sure i'm not getting any leak coming through the ceiling. >> torrential in spots. let's get right to the maps. i can show you how hard the rain fell across parts of the area. these are rain totals. not putting numbers on these. the heaviest rain was just west of washington. where you see the darker yellows and reds, that is indicating close to 2 inches of rain. you can see a good portion of area got a nice, heavy dose of rain yesterday. most the area got at least something. that is a little unusual when we are forecasting scattered thunderstorms to see most of the area getting rain. we'll do aall over again today. right now, a lot of moisture. there could be fog in a few spots. later this afternoon, open up the map for you in west virginia. we have new thunderstorms developing. we will have the possible of afternoon showers and thunderstorms in your afternoon forecast. 89 in washington. 85 in front royal. >> thank you. >>> let's check some la
: moments ago in new hampshire. what about all of this? bring in the panel. steve hayes, for "weekly standard." jeff zelney, political correspondent for "new york times." syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles, perspective and analysis here. >> well, the critics are right. it is late. but we sell-that criticism over and over in the last half year now over the delay. the administration deserves credit for what it did. "a," calling for the resignation. "b," coordinating it well with britain, and germany. the other leaders at the same time. "c" the sanctions. the embargo on sales of oil. that would be important if it was europe yap embargo as well. so having a european boycott would be important. last isolating it and condemning it. even,000 though it has my mall effect. worth doing over and over again. syria analysislated and always has been. since it aligned its with the non-arab iran years ago. this accentuates that. isolation in the ray rab world means something. lastly, we still have the ambassador on the ground. we sent him with the french ambassador a few weeks ago to
in the capital, tripoli. he made the statement over the broadcast radio. right now, we will hear about what steve forbes, the president and ceo of forbes magazine, thinks about the economy. of washington journal" continues. host: on the screen is steve forbes, president and ceo of " forbes." two-time candidate for president. the headline out washington -- deficit hole will remain gaping, according to the cbo. what do you make on the latest news on the economy? guest: well, it is obviously disappointing. i think the u.s. economy is doing better than expected in the second half. not quite as pessimistic as others. steel orders are up, rail traffic is up and durable goods orders are up -- that news came out yesterday. equivalent to an automobile, 10 miles an hour in the first half and now going about 30 or 35 miles in the second half when we should be on an open highway doing 70 or 75 miles an hour. we are moving but at a very glacial pace given the severity of a recession. usually out of a sharp downturn we get a sharp upturn. we have not had that here. host: unemployment is going to be -- remain u
points, almost 4%. so, let's head now to atlanta, and abc's steve osunsami, who was with all those people loloing for work. hello, steve. >> reporter: good evening, diane. we canvassed some of the 90 companies that are here today and found that there are more than 2,000 jobs for hire. but no one was prepared for the thousands more who came pouring through these doors today. desperate for work, trying to get to this job fair, traffic here was backed up for miles and miles. thousands waited overnight. some camped out in their businene suits and office heels, in the stifling heat. >> i got here at 9:12. i got in there at, like, 1:58. >> i'm going to be positive. that's the only thing i can be right now. >> reporter: authorities treated 20 people for heat exhaustion and were struguging to keep the line moving and get people moved inside. >> you came out here to get a job, not to get sick. >> reporter: derek clayton, under the umbrella, is a former security guard with three children to feed. he's been looking for work since may. >> you got kids, you got bills, got to stay somewhere. you don't
did landed. a live report from the pentagon coming up inside fox report. steve harrigan streaming live outside tripoli. spent 12 hours in a rebel convoy along the way, what did you learn? >> that's right right now about 50 miles south of the capital. a city without electricity. regular burst of small arms fire. traveling are the rebels we learned there is a real dire shortage of gasoline inside libyan capital. both sides needing that gasoline. sometimes the price reaching $50 a gallon. right now we are with rebels who are trying to bring gasoline into their fighters. this is the second thing that we learned. these rebels are targeting fighters within their own neighborhood. they want to make sure the gasoline reaches their own fighters. certainly understandable but we have heard about this division in the opposition before. this is another example of that targeting the gasoline to one specific neighborhood. perhaps understandable but it's a tough way to win a war, shepard. >> shepard: we have heard a lot from inside tripoli, very little from your position there give us an idea how stro
cam. it is august 1st, 2011 thanks for being with us i am steve. >> i am alison. it is like the summer is just gone. >> how did you like july? hot enough for you? >> yeah. >> tony can back that up. >> yeah, hot july hot start in august, july officially the hottest month on record for washington dc, if you were here for the month you know that could be the case we will talk about that later on we are getting off to a warm start your satellite radar, we have quiet conditions across the region a little bit of haze as you saw from our live shot other than that skies are clear a lot of sunshine clouds will come through later associated with a couple showers and thunderstorms that will pop up here and there most of you won't get that activity current temperature 75 degrees, in the nations capitol, baltimore 72 degrees, dulles, 70, fredericks burg, 72 and frederick maryland 64 degrees. mostly sunny, hot, highs again above normal upper 90s a stray thunderstorm this afternoon or evening that is a look at what is happening. now an update on traffic. >> all right tony a lot is happening on the ro
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